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A Match Made In Heaven (Blueberries and Cream)

I Purchased some really good blueberries at the grocery store.  I've been eating lots of apples and was looking for something different (blueberries are only in season July/August in my area so I was happy to see them :-).  The berries looked fresh, firm, great color (like a blueberry should look) and no smashed berries at the bottom of the container.  My boys love berries so I was happy to see them in a large container. 
For dessert and snack I had a cup of blueberries with 1TB of whipping cream.  The blueberries were great on their own but with some cream they were amazing!  The sweet tang of the blueberries combined with the sweet cream was a great combination.  Needless to say I'll be getting more of these if they are still available.

On this lifestyle journey I've found that my success with eating has been with having a variety of really good food.  If I mix up my diet with a variety of fruits and vegetables then I don't get bored and it helps me stay on track with eating well.  Try something different next time you are in the produce section of your grocery store or at your local farmers market.  Expand your pallet and try something new.  Cheers!

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  1. Hi Sonya,

    I read about your blog in the MOMS club newsletter and thought I'd check it out. I am amazed by the transformation shown in the photos you posted on the 18th. You look amazing!

    I started my weight loss journey at the beginning of January. I'm down 4 lbs and have a looong way to go, so it's great to know I have a local source of inspiration! Looking forward to reading your posts!

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  2. Sonya,

    I'm teaching my 3rd graders about blogging and we are using your personal blog as an example. Everyone here is amazed by your hard work and weight loss! Keep it up!
    Torrie Phillips and class

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  3. Torrie I'm honored that you are using my blog in your class as an example. With a lot of determination and hard work anything is possible.

    Cheers!

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